protect the things that make you happy with renters insurance
How much is renters insurance?
Allstate® renters insurance is not only reliable, but it's also affordable and can cost you less than you think.
An Allstate renters policy has an average monthly premium of about $16¹. If you also insure your car with Allstate you may be able to pay as little as $4* a month.
Not only does renters insurance cover your belongings, it also typically includes a few types of coverages such as family liability coverage, additional living expenses, and guest medical protection.
When you buy a renters insurance policy from Allstate, you’ll gain the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have quality coverage from a brand you can trust.
Request a renters insurance quote from Allstate today.
What does renters insurance cover?
Renters insurance, also known as tenant insurance, protects you and your stuff.
- Covers electronics, clothes, bikes and more
- Protects against theft, either at home or elsewhere
- Helps cover vet bills if your dog bites another dog or legal bills if you’re sued for an injury at your place
Watch this video about renters insurance to learn more about what’s included in a renters policy, such as property coverage, guest medical coverage, family liability coverage, and additional living expenses.
Do I need renters insurance if my belongings aren't worth very much?
Even your smallest items, like your clothes, linens and cookware, could add up if you had to replace them all at once. Plus, renters insurance can help provide coverage if your belongings are stolen while they're away from your place, such as in a storage unit or your car.
Renters or tenant insurance can also provide liability coverage if, for example, you accidentally cause a kitchen fire and are financially responsible for repairs. Additional living expense coverage, which also comes with a standard renters policy, can help pay for increased living costs, such as hotel stays, if the home you rent is uninhabitable after a fire or other covered risk.
Renters insurance discounts
Though renters insurance is already affordable, there are many ways to save and get your costs down even further. Check out these renters insurance discounts offered by Allstate:
- Multi-policy discount
Adding renters insurance to a standard Allstate auto policy can help you save.
- 55 and retired discount
Enjoying your retirement? If you're not actively seeking full-time employment, renters who are 55 years old or over can get up to 25% off their premium.
- Easy Pay Plan®
Scheduling your monthly payment from your account could not be easier. Enroll in Allstate’s Easy Pay Plan and start saving.
How to compare renters insurance quotes
- Take a look at the types of coverage included in the standard policy and consider what other coverages you want to add.
- When selecting a limit, the maximum amount the insurer will pay for a covered claim, consider your personal needs.
- Some coverages come with a deductible, which is the amount you'll pay toward a claim. Be sure to select the same deductible on each coverage for each renters insurance quote you get.
Renter insurance questions
There are typically four different types of renters insurance coverages included in an Allstate policy: personal property, liability, guest medical and additional living expenses.
Personal property protection covers the loss of your belongings if they're stolen or damaged both inside and outside of your home.
Family liability protection can help protect you from financial loss if you're legally obligated to pay for another person's injuries or damage to another person's property.
What if you are over at a friend's house and accidentally sit on their brand-new drone, breaking the camera lens? This coverage could help you pay for the repair.
Guest medical protection can help pay medical expenses for someone injured in an accident at your house.
Let's say a guest in your residence trips over the rug in your living room and it causes him to fall. You may be found negligent and, therefore, be legally responsible to pay for the injured person's medical bill and lost wages.
Additional living expenses helps reimburse you for reasonable costs of staying somewhere else after a covered loss renders your home uninhabitable.
What if a fire in your home caused your house to be uninhabitable? This coverage may include payments for the cost of hotel, food and other expenses.
Yes, renters insurance protects you and your stuff when you are at home and on-the-go. For example, think about when you leave your car in a parking lot. Personal objects stolen out of your car are not covered under your auto policy; they are actually covered under your renters policy.
Renters insurance helps pay to replace stolen belongings, up to the coverage limit stated in your policy. Reimbursement for stolen items may be based on their depreciated value or replacement cost, depending on what type of coverage you select. Certain valuables, such as expensive jewelry, may have more limited coverage under a standard renters insurance policy.